Manchester United 1-1 Leicester Highlights as Martial and Morgan goals lead to shared spoils between the two teams in the Europa Premier League on Sunday, 01 May 2016, and Leicester City will have to wait for another day at least to be champions of England for the first time after drawing at Manchester United.
Manchester United hosted Leicester City in the premier league game on Sunday, 01 May 2016 and it turned out quite a game with both teams giving it a right go. Manchester United draw first blood when Antonio Valencia’s cross found its way at the back post to Anthony Martial who slotted home with a neat finish at near post. Just when United looked in control Leicester City hit back with a goal of their own when Wes Morgan headed home the equalizer in 17th minute. The game was 1-1 and Leicester grew into the game in later stages of the match.
Leciester will have to wait another week to lift Premier League trophy as the played out a hard earned 0-0 draw against Manchester United at Old Trafford. United however now looks all set to miss out on top four finished after failing to close the gap between them and fourth place City.
An absolutely cracking game at Old Trafford sawa Leicester City trying to win the premier league title but they started at the backfoot when United scored through Martial but they did equalized minutes later through West Morgan.
Manchester United 1-1 Leicester City – Match Highlights
- 08′ 1 – 0 Anthony Martial opened the scoring after a cut back cross by Valencia found its way to Martial who slotted home with a nice finish.
- 17′ 1 – 1 Wes Morgan equalized for Leicester City with a thumping header in 17th minute of the game. Both teams went into the break 1-1 but Leicester were looking more likely to catch United on the break than otherway around as they game wore on in second half.
Manchester United led when Anthony Martial converted Antonio Valencia’s cross. But Leicester were level nine minutes later when Wes Morgan headed home a free-kick from Danny Drinkwater, who was sent off late on for two bookings.
If Tottenham fail to win at Chelsea on Monday, then Leicester will be crowned Premier League champions.
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